Hey, so I decided today to download LOTR BFME 2 again (I already had it installed on the SAME COMPUTER and it worked)
So I download it, do all the stuff that is supposed to be done, I find out that Win 10 no longer seems to support SCSI and so I download winCDemu instead and do the new instalation with the new 1.0.9. patch and without actually using mini images. Anyway I do all that and hit run, but there is an error.
Fatal Error : Exception in exception handler
So I start googling, I decided to do so at like 20:00, it´s 3:10 when I amwriting this and so I came for help after 7 hours of finding without a trace of sucess.
So anyway I searched everywhere even contacting one of the authors which video was pinned and an exaple even on how to download it. I reinstalled once again (like fifth time but nothing, again!)
I rewrote the opions at least 15+ times but it never worked, tried both 1.6 and 1.9 and nothing, the person making the tutorial looked too and it just didn´t work.
Sometimes the game crashed in the small loading box (before fullscreen load)
Sometimes it crashed in the fullscreen loading screen (depending on the options)
I used all types of compatibility modes,
I always used administrator mode,
But now the tricky part,
I have TWO GRAPHIC CARDS
and one of them is AMD, which from what I heard is bad news, I tried turning them off respectively (AMD or Intel and both) but it just doesen´t work.
I heard some intel series (the 4 thousands) don´t support it which is also my version, also I heard it´s an Nvidia game so AMD doesen´t really work and so I am tired and desperate.
Please if someone can help me then please, I beg you, I am totally defeated! I even bought deamon tools thinking iSCSI is the same thing as SCSI (which I later found out it isn´t so don´t do that) but nothing!
The cards are:
AMD Radeon HD 8690A
Intel® HD Graphics 4600
It´s a 3in1 and from what I found that AMD is maybe specially made for that computer as I can´t find it at thier website.
It worked perfectly with mini images on 1.0.6. but cause of a windows update this is no longer possible.
So yet again, I beg you for your help! I will take any of your wisdoms!
Edited by Holsp, 18 August 2019 - 01:09 AM.